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Are you considering joining Yale Health?
To learn more about Yale Health’s coverage and services, we invite prospective members to schedule a time to meet with our Member Liaison. Meeting with a Member Liaison is the best way to gain a thorough understanding of Yale Health’s plan and have your questions answered. Visit our New Member page, a source for answers to our most frequently asked questions. For details about our covered services, visit our Coverage Page (reference the Schedule of Benefits corresponding to your unique role at the University). Don’t delay, the University Annual Enrollment period is open November 29 – December 10.
When you come to the Yale Health Center
- Everyone must have an appointment before entering the Yale Health Center (except for Pharmacy and Acute Care visits).
- Everyone entering the Yale Health Center is required to wear a mask, even if you are vaccinated. The Yale Health Center is a healthcare facility and Connecticut requires that masks be worn. Patients entering wearing a cloth mask will be given a disposable face mask. As part of their jobs, staff will ask you to wear a mask or pull your mask up over your nose.
- If you are sick, please call us first so we can direct you to the best place to receive care.
- Let us know if you have tested positive for COVID-19 or have symptoms.
- Maintain physical distance from others.
- Patients are allowed one companion for regular office visits.
- Acute Care is open 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, as always, please call first (203-432-0123).
Flu shots are now available for all Yale staff, faculty, students, seniors and Yale Health members.
Visit the Yale COVID-19 Vaccine Program page for information about getting a vaccine. Yale faculty, staff and students who have received their COVID-19 vaccination should submit or confirm their documentation.
Pharmacy / Prescriptions
8:00am - 3:00pm
8:00am - 12:00pm